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View from the kid’s table

Dozens sat in an auditorium, while one detailed the history of Alexander Calder from her elevated podium. Though she lectured in much the same way as any art history professor ...
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Obituary: Marcia Finn Decatur

DECATUR, Marcia Finn Of Marblehead (MA) passed away peacefully at home on August 12, 2014. Born in 1931, she was one of eight children of James A. and Kathleen Macy Finn of Ardsley-on-Hudson, NY and Southport, CT. Mrs. Decatur was educated at the Convent of the Sacred Heart in Greenwich, CT and graduated with a degree in nursing from St. Vincent's Hospital in Bridgeport. In 1956 she married Stephen Decatur of Garden City, NY. She and her husband moved immediately to Marblehead where she remained until her death. As her four children grew up, Mrs. Decatur reassumed her positions as a nursing administrator, being Acting Director of Nurses at the Shaughnessy-Kaplan Rehabilitation Hospital in Salem, and Director of Nurses at ...
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Carl Apfel turns 100

On August 4th New York City raised a glass to celebrate the 100th birthday of Carl Apfel. That name should sound familiar to those still following the rising star of ...
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Obituary: Davidine J. Small

SMALL, Davidine J. (Coleman) 90, of Marblehead. Entered into rest August 10, 2014. Beloved wife of the late Harold C. Small. Mother of two children and their spouses, Jon and his wife Patty Small of Tucson, AZ and Judy and her husband Ralph Bonnell of Danvers. Her granddaughter, Jennifer and her husband Will Koffel of Sudbury and her great-grandson, Dexter Koffel. In the last few years of her declining health, she had help and support from many people. In particular the family wishes to thank Bertina and Adeline for their help, love, and devotion, and the many members of Davidine's wonderful Care Dimensions hospice team that helped her and developed special relationships with her and with the family; Karen, Chaplain ...
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Obituary: James J. Dunlop

Dunlop, James J. Marblehead, MA, passed peacefully at the Kaplan Hospice House on August 8, 2014. Jim was born May 10, 1934 in Palo Alto, CA. He graduated from the U.S. Coast Guard Academy in 1955 and the Harvard Business School in 1962. A management consultant with the firm of Arthur D. Little in Cambridge, MA for 21 years, Jim was a leader in the field of nonprofit and association management. In 1983 he founded James Dunlop & Co. Management Consultants. He authored "Leading the Association", a seminal work in the field. A resident of Marblehead for the last 50 years, Jim was an active member of the Marblehead Unitarian Universalist Church. He is survived by his wife of 51 ...
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